The deal is the first in Spain to meet the solar criteria of the ICMA’s Climate Bond Standards to ensure alignment with the 2016 Paris Agreement to combat climate change.
Rob Fidoe, Jack Moulder and Leah Alpren-Waterman feature in online legal news publication Law360.
Thanks to this acquisition, the group now has 500+ employees and comprises six construction and public works businesses operating through 19 subsidiaries and 42 production sites.
In the first of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article provides a general overview of said sanctions.
In this seven-part series, New York Partner Daniel Pilarski will provide a general overview of the application of US sanctions, and explore specific sanctions programs targeting Cuba, Iran, Russia, Venezuela and others.
The divestment includes all three of the group companies: ACARDA GmbH, Acarda Services S.à r.l., and acarda S.à r.l. – with both Mr Jovy and Mr Karaca remaining as the group’s managing directors going forward.
The new team – Counsel Giannalberto Mazzei, Senior Associate Arcangelo Pecchia, Associate Federica Politi and Trainee Ludovica Cesari – joins from Macchi di Cellere Gangemi law firm.
WFW advises NatWest on £110m loan to Bluefield for acquisition of 64.2 MW UK solar portfolio15 September 2020
The portfolio comprises 15 operational photovoltaic (PV) plants, eight of which are located in the south west of England, two in west Wales and five in central and eastern England.
In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, an “unprecedented” case of “extraordinary” delay, a significant decision for the maritime sector and an important Court of Appeal judgment on imagining orders.
Over a barrel: What is reasonable in the exercise of contractual consent provisions?14 September 2020
This article examines the decision in Apache North Sea Ltd v INEOS FPS Ltd, where the English High Court has provided guidance on how contractual consent provisions are to be construed and applied.